I'll make this as "short & sweet" as I can. I finally recorded a performance. I want to use clips of my best numbers from there to make clips for places like YouTube. I've managed to get the files transfered to my computer, but I cannot get my editing program to agknowledge they exist. The details - My operating system is Windows Vista. The DVDs were recorded with a Cannon D210. The file extention on them is VRO. My editing software is Roxio Videowave & Photosuite - I was told this was the easiest stuff to use even for a tech-ditz like me. Roxio's player will OPEN the files. It will not, however, allow me to edit them. For that part of the program it claims that the folders are empty. I cannot find instructions in the manual on how to convert. I sent a help ticket into Roxio but God only knows how long that'll take to get answered. So could someone please help me figure out how to convert these files so Roxio will allow me to edit them? Pretty please?
Besides my profile here, I've got three other places where people can find out more about me and my voice. Of course there's my website - www.jamisings.com I also have a MySpace artist profile - http://www.myspace.com/jamijr And finally an account on Showcase Your Music - http://www.showcaseyourmusic.com/jamisings I also have a profile on The Talent Director but to be honest, I don't think the offers there are 100% legit. I know that if people ask for money for you to audition, they're not legit - and so far I've been asked to pay around $35 per audition - plus some of the offers are, well, creepy. Speficially looking for "blond women" to play in other countries. Not concerned with talent, just the color of their hair. Like I said in my bio, I am looking for a business manager. I have a couple of different demo CDs that I plan on sending out to those listed in The Hollywood Music Industry Directory. And no, no plans on going on American Idol. Not unless they raise the age limit. Really, that's silly, because there's a lot of older people who sing way better then the youngsters they have on that show.